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As of Wednesday evening, The National Weather Service is confirming at least 8 tornadoes hit Ohio early Tuesday morning. The three in southeast Ohio were classified between weak and strong on the Enhanced Fujita (EF) Scale. According to a press release, teams found evidence of a weak (EF1) tornado beginning along Township Road 71A, crossing… Read More
The Ohio Auditor of State’s office has issued a finding of recovery against the former mayor of the Village of Coolville and the former Morgan County treasurer. In a news release, Auditor of State Keith Faber says state auditors found Teresa Holsinger collected by did not account for $2,013 of village funds when she was… Read More
Robert Mueller, who hadn’t spoken publicly since the Russia investigation began, said he does not believe it is “appropriate” for him to testify before Congress as Democrats have requested.
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio county library has canceled a class aimed at teens interested in drag following hostile and angry phone calls from community members. Delaware County District Library Director George Needham announced Wednesday the cancellation of a “Drag 101” class led by drag queen Selena West. Needham says the library received telephone… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – An attorney for a West Virginia Supreme Court justice is arguing that the U.S. Supreme Court should not take up the question of how states allocate power among their branches of government. The legal brief comes as the nation’s high court considers an appeal from the West Virginia Senate and the… Read More